me too. International continues its “Love Letters” campaign with a beautiful message to Black women and femmes.

Civil Rights & Social Justice

Black Voters Matter and me too. International have joined forces for the 2024 election.

A new campaign features heartfelt expressions of support to survivors of sexual violence.


Before expecting Black people to shoulder the burden of enacting change, they must be safe, resourced and have their needs heard and met.

On Thursday, Oct. 21, the group will lead a conversation putting 'me too' in context with the broader global fight to disrupt sexual and gender-based violence. And Friday, Oct. 22, is set aside as a day of celebration with joy, art, yoga, and a dance party. 

Good News

#MeToo founder Tarana Burke has inked a production deal with CBS Studios.

The sexual assault allegations against Joe Biden and Justin Fairfax have so many similarities, but the responses to them have varied wildly. Why?

The actor has had enough of the jokes.